All of us require a little love in our lives, and in some cases theres no much better location to get a dosage of those feel-good love vibes than a preferred movie. If youre trying to find romantic movies you can watch today, weve assembled a list of the best love movies streaming on Prime Video today, from classics to rom-coms to remarkable romance and attractive thrillers.

Have a look at the list listed below, and if you didnt discover what youre trying to find here, take a look at our complete list of the Best Movies on Prime Video or, if youve got Netflix and youre still in the state of mind for love, take a look at our list of the Best Romantic Movies on Netflix.

Editors note: This short article was last upgraded Might 2022 to include This Way War, The Duff, Titanic, Emma, and Mamma Mia!

I Desired You Back (2022)

Director: Jason Orley

Writer: Isaac Aptaker, Elizabeth Berger

Cast: Charlie Day, Jenny Slate, Scott Eastwood, Gina Rodriguez, Manny Jacinto, Clark Backo

Breaks up are hard, however carrying on from them is harder. Reluctant to carry on after their shared discarding, Peter (Charlie Day) and Emma (Jenny Slate) choose to come together to assist each other get their particular exes back. The strategy: Emma is going to seduce Peters ex Annes (Gina Rodriguez) brand-new sweetheart, Logan (Manny Jacinto), while Peter is going to friend-seduce Emmas ex Noah (Scott Eastwood) to break him up with his brand-new sweetheart Ginny (Clark Backo). Obviously, in the procedure of turning up for and preparing this strategy, Emma and Peter be familiar with each other and unknowingly establish sensations for each other. Hijinks and shenanigans occur as the 2 shot and perform their strategy, however, without spoilers, its safe to state that in the end, everybody winds up precisely where they are best fit. — Therese Lacson


This Way War (2012)

Director: McG

Writers: Timothy Dowling, Simon Kinberg, Marcus Gautesen

Cast: Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine, Tom Hardy

This Way War is not an ideal movie, and there are a number of barbs that can be analyzed as transphobic, so please take care when enjoying it. This is a trope-filled rom-com that you’ll wish to dislike, however Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine, Tom Hardy are so pleasantly excellent in this movie, it’s difficult not to get drawn into the ridiculous facility. CIA operatives and best buddies FDR (Pine) and Tuck (Hardy) are briefly grounded, and throughout that time, they attempt online dating. They both match with the very same female, Lauren (Witherspoon), and choose to let the girl select the ultimate winner. Lauren is agitated by her buddy Trish (Chelsea Handler) to covertly date both guys, not recognizing they understand each other. What follows is… you thought it: full-scale war. FDR and Tuck attempt their best to beguile the other to win over Lauren, reaching to utilize their CIA tech and groups to spy on and hinder each other’s dates. Oh, and there’s a big bad that requires to be removed. This movie is such a riot—it’s absurd, it’s unforeseeable, and its amazing. However, what rom-com isn’t? Suspend all your shock and strap in for a trip with 3 beautiful people contending for each other’s love. – Monita Mohan

The Duff (2015)

Director: Ari Sandel

Writer: Josh A. Cagan

Based upon the book of the very same name by: Kody Keplinger

Cast: Mae Whitman, Robbie Amell, Bella Thorne, Bianca A. Santos, Skyler Samuels, and Ken Jeong

Life benefits Bianca (Mae Whitman) up until she discovers that her schoolmates have actually been covertly thinking about her as the DUFF — designated awful fat buddy — to her best buddies Casey (Bianca A. Santos) and Jess (Skyler Samuels), popular women that everyone needs to know (or sleep with). With a little aid from her youth best buddy Wesley (Robbie Amell), Bianca transforms herself and breaks devoid of the stereotype that has actually been thrust upon her in exchange for tutoring Wesley in science. Along the method, Bianca and Wesley grow closer and start to fall in love as she starts to find out that looks aren’t whatever and it doesn’t matter what others consider you. The Duff is the ideal teenager movie of discovering yourself and discovering love that, like the characters, surpasses expectations and ends up being far more than it seems. – Jay Snow

Titanic (1997)

Director/ Writer: James Cameron

Cast: Kate Winslet, Leonardo DiCaprio, Billy Zane, Kathy Bates, Expense Paxton

Titanic ended up being a phenomenon for a factor. As simple as it is to tease James Cameron’s romantic discussion, he never ever stops working to provide phenomenon. Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet would go on to do more nuanced acting work, however they were never ever rather as captivating as they were here. This is a romantic movie that redefined a generation, pressed the borders of unique impacts, and strengthened smash hit filmmaking in the eyes of the Academy Awards. It’s a necessary look for any movie fan — or anybody who simply requires an excellent cry. –Liam Gaughan

Emma (2020)

Director: Fall de Wilde

Writer: Eleanor Catton, based upon the unique by Jane Austen

Cast: Anya Taylor-Joy, Johnny Flynn, Expense Nighy, Mia Goth, Callum Turner, Josh O’Connell

All of us enjoy Unaware, however Fall de Wilde’s 2020 adjustment of the precious Jane Austen unique in fact adheres to the Regency-era setting, and it’s not less available in the smallest. Anya Taylor-Joy has actually never ever been more charming, and her hilariously heartbreaking efficiency deserves Austen’s precious text (and Alicia Silverstone, for that matter). The increasing British star Johnny Flynn is completely cast along with Taylor-Joy and even contributed the initial tune “Queen Bee” to the soundtrack. It’s an aesthetically magnificent accomplishment, especially for a directorial launching, and made Academy Award elections for Best Outfit Style and Best Makeup & Hairstyling. –Liam Gaughan

Mamma Mia! (2008)

Director: Phyllida Lloyd.

Writer: Catherine Johnson.

Cast: Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgård, Julie Walters, Dominic Cooper, Amanda Seyfried and Christine Baranski.

A jukebox musical based upon ABBA’s biggest hits, Mamma Mia! follows a young bride (Amanda Seyfried) who welcomes 3 guys (Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, and Stellan Skarsgård) to her approaching wedding event, with the possibility that any of them might be her dad. While the movie brought out blended evaluations, it has actually because ended up being a cult timeless and launched a precious (and popular) follow up. Having the tunes of ABBA that all of us understand and enjoy aid, however Mamma Mias sincere story and the unbelievable cast make it simple to forgive the movie’s drawbacks – particularly Pierce Brosnan’s singing voice. Amusing, amusing, and heartfelt, the noise of Mamma Mia! never ever gets old, and the very same chooses the movie itself. – Arianne Binette

Therefore It Goes (2014)

Director: Rob Reiner

Writer: Mark Andrus

Cast: Michael Douglas, Diane Keaton, Sterling Jerins, Annie Parisse, Austin Lysy, Michael Terra, Sawyer Simpkins, Maxwell Simkins

This 2014 romantic comedy/drama is another appearance at discovering love in your golden years. It stars Michael Douglas as Oren and Diane Keaton as Leah. They wind up being thrown up when Oren suddenly needs to take custody of his 9-year-old granddaughter briefly. Not understanding how to handle it, he looks for the aid of his next-door neighbor Leah. Through this brand-new scenario, they bond and start to discover love in an unanticipated location. If you delight in Michael Douglas, this movie is a terrific alternative for an easy going movie.

Love, Simon (2018)

Director: Greg Berlanti

Writer: Elizabeth Berger, Isaac Aptaker, Becky Albertalli

Cast: Nick Robinson, Jennifer Garner, Josh Duhamel, Katherine Langford, Alexandra Shipp, Logan Miller

Love, Simon is not a common coming-of-age story. It is overruning with heart and empathy as it injects much of the well-worn tropes of the category with brand-new life. Central to this is the efficiency Nick Robinson provides as Simon himself, a high school kid who has a great deal of tricks. The most significant is that he is gay though he hasn’t come out to his moms and dads or any of his buddies. Nevertheless, he discovers solace in talking with another young adult online that likewise remains in a comparable scenario about not wishing to come out. It is a movie that primarily focuses around the terrific lengths Simon needs to go in order to keep his secret though it isn’t scared of seeing where he makes lots of errors along the method. It is light in tone as it focuses on being adorable above all else, getting you to root for the characters in the hopes that they all wind up delighted after the headache that is high school. — Chase Hutchinson

Something Wild (1986)

Director: Jonathan Demme

Writer: E. Max Frye

Cast: Melanie Griffith, Jeff Daniels, Ray Liotta

Johnathan Demme was a real cinematic chameleon. Whether he was frightening with Silence of the Lambs, moving audiences with Philadelphia, or providing among the best show movies of perpetuity with Stop Making Good Sense, Demme’s filmmaking expertise goes beyond simple labels. Naturally, when he turned his lens towards love with the 1986 gem Something Wild, the outcome was a genre-bending piece of sensational movie theater that bears his most striking hallmark: using the heart of the human experience.

Melanie Griffith stars in among her most fascinating functions as a wildcard female and carefree petty wrongdoer who gets Jeff Daniels’ straight-laced everyman and triggers up an enthusiastic, unforeseeable affair. Swept up in each other, their preliminary conference spirals into a wild experience, from attractive rollicks to satisfying the moms and dads to her high school reunion, and in the movies most excellent tonal pivot, smack into her violent ex (Ray Liotta), who will do anything to get her back. Something Wild genuinely measures up to its title; a bit kinky, yet very sweet, however constantly with a present edge of threat. It’s a hot screwball odd-couple journey domestic police procedural romance, and even with all those boxes to examine, Demme in some way discovers time to let the moments breathe, and in doing so, letting you get swept up in among the most distinct, out of breath movie love, best along with the swooning characters. And not for absolutely nothing, the soundtrack likewise rips. – Haleigh Foutch

Sylvies Love (2020)

Director/Writer: Eugene Ashe

Cast: Tessa Thompson, Nnamdi Asomugha, Ryan Michelle Bathe, Regé-Jean Page, Aja Naomi King, Eva Longoria

If it’s a swooning duration piece you’re trying to find, Sylvie’s Love is an ensured hit. A lavish, beautiful slow-burn, Eugene Ashe’s romantic drama stars Tessa Thompson and Nnamdi Asomugha as a set of enthusiastic creatives, who initially trigger a connection over their love of jazz in 1957 New york city; a connection that connects them together for an enthusiastic, decades-long love affair with envigorating highs and heartbreaking lows. Cinematographer Declan Quinn frames an abundant, delicious world for their love to settle, set to a wonderful and properly jazzy soundtrack. Sylvie’s Love moves a little too gradually sometimes, however all that time with the characters, and providing a lot of moments to let the feelings breathe, likewise pulls you deeper into their beautiful, though laden, romance.

His Woman Friday (1940)


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